February 25, 2015

Wedding Wednesday: Creative Bouquets

First things first, we've booked our photographer!! We are going to be working with Robin Fox Photography for our Wedding and Engagement photos, and I could not be happier. 

Now! On to bouquets. 

I really haven't been thinking about flowers that much. To be honest I've been thinking more about what the flowers will go in (mason jars, galvanized buckets, tied onto the chuppah, etc) than flowers and bouquets. But when my lovely MIL sent me the link to this list of 18 ideas for Alternative Bouquets, my mind started to work. 

I've never thought about an alternative bouquet, but there are some amazing options on Pinterest! I'm still pretty set on having flowers, but I would love to include a little bit of an extra creative element to it. Just something a little bit special. Also, I love that most of these creative elements can be kept forever as a keepsake!



What do you think? Would you ever include an alternative or creative element in your wedding bouquet? Do you think this would make a good keepsake?

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15 comments:

  1. Yes!! peacock feathers are on my list. :)

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  2. I love these ideas!! One of my close friends getting married next year is doing a brooch bouquet. She has a bunch from her grandmothers, but I told her she should ask people at her shower to each bring one so they all have special meaning. Thanks for linking up with us this week!

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  3. These ideas are so cool! If I wasn't so set on flowers for mine, I would totally do the seashell one. The brooch ones are getting so popular, I just can't imagine how heavy that can get!

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  4. Those are all so different and creative. I love the spin on a classical bouquet!

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  5. I think the brooch ones are beautiful for vintage-themed weddings. I've never seen the succulent, but I'm really liking it - for a certain type wedding, of course. They are all pretty.

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  6. I always love the brooch bouquets! And the fabric ones too! I think a non-traditional bouquet would be a great touch!

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  7. I seriously considered this for me wedding but because it was a destination wedding I opted against it. If my wedding had been local I for sure would have done this!

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  8. I love the succulents! I had a traditional bouquet because one of our family friends is a florist and offered to do all the bouquets for free, and I wasn't going to say no to that! :)

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  9. Wow I love the alternatives here!! I opted for traditional flowers but thank goodness the florist was reasonable for us :) I know whatever choice you make, it will be beautiful :)

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  10. Congrats on the wedding photographer! As a wedding and event planner, the photographer is one of the most important elements/vendors because they will capture your wedding day for your see for the rest of your lives! I like #3 of the bouquets.

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  11. I wish I had a photographer for my wedding, but my wedding has a long story and history behind it anyways ha ha . I love flowers so much, even worked with a florist before. I absolutely love the Photo Charm Idea. Make your bouquet special, make it meaningful to you, even if it is different. ;)

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  12. My daughter had a brooch bouquet for her wedding 2 years ago. It was really gorgeous! You can see it on my blog here, http://wp.me/p4fJXd-dj. Have fun with all your plans!

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  13. Make it your own day and use what you love. Have fun.

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  14. Veronica UrbaniakMarch 1, 2015 at 8:45 PM

    I actually took a Pinterest inspiration of a gorgeous bouquet and went to Hobby Lobby - my MIL's friend was able to completely recreate the bouquet (with some requested customizations). I ended up loving my bouquet even more than the inspiration photo! The flowers were a combination of fabric/silk flowers with a rubbery material, very realistic calla lilies. We have moved 4 times in our 3.5 years of marriage so far, but wherever we move I keep the bouquet in view on a shelf. I love that they still look the way they did the day we said 'I do.' :)

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